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State Parks Could Get Some Noisy New “Wildlife”

State Parks Could Get Some Noisy New “Wildlife” March 25, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Those of us living in urban areas rarely see jets streaking across the sky days. But if you’re an outdoors lover, you may begin seeing more and more of their replacements, drones, in a number of state and national parks. There are already a few sites near Grand Forks, North Dakota, Rapid City,...

Man Confined to Wheelchair Saves Sister in Snowstorm

Man Confined to Wheelchair Saves Sister in Snowstorm December 14, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
The next time you’re stuck in a snowstorm and feel helpless, remember this story of the man in the wheelchair who helped save him and his sister. The United States have especially been hit hard over the last month by winter, with snow and ice that have severely affected travel. The San Francisco...

Good Ol’ Fashioned Camping Goes Gourmet

Good Ol’ Fashioned Camping Goes Gourmet July 7, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Everybody loves a camping trip. And everybody loves gourmet cooking. The thing is, you usually get one or the other. You vacation in the city and hit a gourmet restaurant, enjoying fine cosmopolitan cuisine and perhaps sampling some wine as you watch boats drift along the river. Or, you rough it out...

Sierra Club Offers Hiking Wiki, Social Network

Sierra Club Offers Hiking Wiki, Social Network May 20, 2010 | National Parks, Travel News, Yosemite | Read More
Launched last July by the oldest U.S. environmental group, Sierra Club Trails is a comprehensive hiking wiki and social network.  Trails is a free resource and does not require Sierra Club membership.  The Sierra Club Trails website promises both quick and easy hiking information as well as an online...

All the (New) World’s a Stage: This Summer in Shakespeare

All the (New) World’s a Stage: This Summer in Shakespeare April 19, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
The British are coming! The UK’s acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company recently announced its newest across-the-pond transfer: a full-scale replica of their Stratford-on-Avon theatre to NYC’s Park Avenue Armory…and a six week summer festival to boot. North America is no stranger to the Bard, however....

Top 10 Mountain Towns in North America

Top 10 Mountain Towns in North America March 10, 2009 | Top 5/10 Lists | Read More
Many of us cling to the dream of ditching the urban rat race and moving to a funky town in the mountains where we can hike, bike, climb, paddle, and ski to our heart’s content. In fact, for every person with the “check out” mentality, there are ten more who simply want to get away,...
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